12 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi i am 12 week pregnant , subchronic collection found in my sonography report, doctor suggest me to take complete bed rest for a month, subchronic hematoma its dangerous to baby health , how much time it vl take to recover

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Answer: Hi, it's not dangerous for baby, u take bed rest it will reduce. Don't worry at all. U must have done a sonography in that doctor will see that Ur baby is fine. To recover it takes around 15 to 20 days.
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    tasneem azad669 days ago

    Thankyou so much

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